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Kulsoom Nawaz flies for London

Kulsoom Nawaz left for London Kulsoom's nomination acceptance challenged
Kenny Thornton | 18 Августа, 2017, 09:31

Begum Kulsoom Nawaz, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) candidate for NA-120 by-election and the wife of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, departed for London today, sources disclosed to Geo News.

Her candidature was accepted when PPP candidate Faisal Mir withdrew his objections today is the last day for scrutiny of nomination papers.

In his plea, Ishtiaq Chaudhry says, "Kulsoom Nawaz did not disclose details of her iqama (work permit) and the RO accepted her nomination papers against the facts".

Kulsoom Nawaz will undergo a medical checkup in London and will return to Lahore on September 23 after the by-poll in NA-120, sources said.

On the other hand, ECP officials say that personal appearance of the candidate is not mandatory for scrutiny of the papers, instead, the candidate can sent someone with his/her authority letter.

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The returning officer said two petitioners had made nine objections to Kulsoom Nawaz Sharif's nomination papers and all of them were rejected after thoroughly listening to arguments.

Speaking to media later, Yasmin Rashid said she has submitted 25 objections against nomination of Kulsoom Nawaz for NA-120 by-election.

Nawaz Sharif, a third-time prime minister of the country was disqualified on July 28 for concealing his employment with the same Capital FZE, following which the ECP announced the scheduled of by-elections in the constituency NA-120.

The polling will be held on September 17.

The nomination papers of Hafiz Nauman, who is covering candidate of Kulsoom Nawaz, have also been approved by the ECP.

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